Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Photography Gallery

Escalante River Reflecting Sandstone Mountains
Sandstone Mountains Reflected in Icy Waters
Sandstone Cliffs Rising Above Escalante River
Sandstone Hills Rising Above Snowy River
Escalante River Flowing Below Snow-Covered Cliffs
Snowy Landscape Surrounding Escalante River
Escalante River in Snowy Landscape
Escalante River Carving Through Snowy Canyons
Sandstone Mountains Above Silhouetted Tree
Silhouetted Tree Against Snowy Sandstone Cliffs
Silhouetted Trees Against Snow Cliffs
Cottonwoods Above Snowy Escalante River
Hiker Standing in Snowy Escalante River Trail
Hiker Testing River Crossing in Snow
Hiker Eyeing Escalante River Crossing
Snowy Sandstone Butte Above River
Escalante River Reflecting Snowy Landscape
Escalante River Winding Through Snow
Winter Vegetation Along Escalante River Trail
Escalante River Trail Descending to River
Devils Garden Hoodoos in Snow
Devils Garden in Snow
Hiker Below Snow-Covered Metate Arch
Snow Covering Metate Arch
Hiker Below Sandstone Spires at Devils Garden
Sandstone Spires Above Snowy Landscape
Fiftymile Mountain Above Juniper Trees
Toadstool Rising Above Small Hills
Hiker Resting Below Toadstool
Hiker Looking Up Toward Toadstools
Toadstools and Sandstone Mounds
Hiker Resting Against Toadstool
Toadstools Below Sandstone Butte
Toadstool Rising Above Hiker
Eroded Sandstone Waves Above Toadstools Trail
Sandstone Fins Along Toadstools Trail
Calf Creek Below Stormy Weather
Sandstone Rims Above Calf Creek
Clouds over Lower Calf Creek Falls Trail
Storm Clouds Over Calf Creek
Storm Clouds Over Highway 12
Highway 12 Below Rain Showers
Rain Showers Over Highway 12
Highway 12 and Canyons of the Escalante
Highway 12 in Sandstone Dunes
Sunrise over Highway 12
Highway 12 Overlook
Eroded Sandstone Mountains

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Information

In one of the most remote areas of Utah, and even the entire United States, is one of outdoor enthusiasts' most beloved protected areas: Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. The region offers virtually unlimited hiking and backpacking opportunities in unparalleled high desert environments. Thanks to the unique geology of the Colorado Plateau, it offers endless surprises and features for anyone willing to venture off the roads. Features like Upper and Lower Calf Creek Falls and the scenic and remote drive along the Burr Trail only begin to scratch the surface of what's hiding behind the endless sandstone formations.

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